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Charity in hot water over Epstein connection

Leon Black’s efforts to distance his family charity from convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein could draw scrutiny from regulators, experts say. Last week, reps for Black, the billionaire chairman of the Museum of Modern Art, said his charitable foundation had dropped Epstein as a director months before the politically connected perv’s 2008 conviction for soliciting prostitution from a 14-year-old girl — despite foundation records showing otherwise. The Post reported last week that tax documents for the Black Family Foundation named Epstein as a director for another five years, through the end of 2012. A day after The Post’s report, however, reps for Black insisted that Epstein’s name had lingered on the documents solely beca ...